Question about Briggs & Stratton 100A Transfer Switch with Air Conditioning Control Module
Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly a 35 + year electrician. Is this an automatic and GFI transfger switch?
Connections should be
N1 and N2 to Utility main
T1 and T2 to house load
E1 and E2 from Gen supply
Neutral lead must connect to all of the following in one circuit
1. the generator neutral
2. Main switch board neutral
3. the transfer switch neutral.
If this is a GFIC transfer switch you may have to disconnect the neutral from the generator. Local electrical codes are very restrictive and in many states disconnecting this neutral lead will result in your no longer being in compliance with existing code.
In the majority of transfer switches there is a "remote" and "no remote" setting that is explained in the transfer switch manual. It is related to terminals 178 and 183 of the transfer switch. You may have connected yours up in the "no remote" position.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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